Monthly Archives: April 2023
How Do You Prove A Lack Of Testamentary Capacity?
Challenging the validity of a will can be an arduous task for those looking to prove that the deceased lacked testamentary capacity when they created the document. To have success in such cases, individuals must understand how testamentary capacity is determined in the state of Florida and what they need to do to prove… Read More »
What Is An Objection To Estate Accountings?
Estate accountings are an essential part of the probate process. Accountings are necessary for beneficiaries to understand how the estate was managed and for the court to ensure that all responsibilities were fulfilled properly. However, there may be times when objections to estate accounting need to be raised. It is important to understand what… Read More »
What Are The Three Types Of Will-Related Fraud?
If you suspect that there was fraud involved when your loved one’s will was created, you might have grounds to contest the document. However, it is important to know the types of fraud that can be used as grounds for contesting someone’s will. Knowing how to proceed with contesting a will can help you… Read More »
What’s The Difference Between Undue Influence And Lack Of Capacity In Estate Litigation?
Estate litigation is a complex process, and understanding the nuances of undue influence and lack of capacity can make all the difference. It is not uncommon for interested parties, including beneficiaries, to challenge the validity of a will or trust based on undue influence or lack of capacity. Below, we will discuss what constitutes… Read More »
4 Tips For Personal Representatives Dealing With Creditor Claims After The Decedent’s Passing
When someone passes away, their personal representative must pay any remaining debts and taxes before they can distribute the decedent’s assets to the beneficiaries. This means that creditors may come forward with claims against the estate of the decedent. It is important for a personal representative to understand what steps should be taken when… Read More »